Millard Fuller

Millard Fuller is the founder and former president of Habitat for Humanity. In his 29-year leadership of the organization, the worldwide Christian housing ministry built 200,000 homes in 100 countries worldwide. Fuller founded Habitat with his wife, Linda, in 1976. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by former President Clinton in 1996. In 2005, Fuller founded the Fuller Center for Housing at Koinonia Farm in Georgia as an expansion of his dream to eliminate poverty housing by providing decent homes for the world’s poor.